Bad news from Ireland, with the suspension of the National Archives' free genealogy service - details available from Claire Santry's blog. The same blog also brings us another update to the Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives.
More data has been made available at FindMyPast Ireland's website re. Ireland's Petty Sessions Order Books.
A brief (and not altogether favourable) review of the new Kent Library & History Centre is online here.
Interesting bit of news about DNA and genealogy from blogger Dick Eastman.
The seventh (and last) in the series of PRONI/OUI lectures, entitled 'Families', is now online at PRONI's YouTube Channel - click here for part 1. You can easily negotiate your way to the other parts (and the other lectures) via this link.
GenesReunited have published a comprehensive update on changes to their 'search' procedures.
Great spot by @BMSGH on Twitter: Old Bailey Online.
An easily overlooked source for the family historian is highlighted here.
The HistoryToday Magazine is now available in a number of digital formats - see here.
I order you all to sign this petition to help save history on BBC4!
Finally, it's not very genealogical, but as a rambler, map-lover and historian, I love this piece on trig points.
More news at the BI-Gen Twitter feed.
Interesting point made in this article about...